TAMPA, Fla. (970 WFLA) – The University of South Florida’s offensive ineptitude continued Saturday afternoon in a 34-3 loss against the No. 18-ranked Louisville Cardinals at Raymond James Stadium. USF surrendered a touchdown on the opening possession – a nine-play, 90-yard drive – and Louisville led 7-0.
Given the state of USF, which has gone a school-record 12 consecutive quarters without an offensive touchdown, Louisville’s advantage proved insurmountable. The Bulls (2-5, 2-1 American Athletic Conference), who had won two straight league games after an 0-4 start, managed only a 50-yard field goal by junior place-kicker Marvin Kloss.It was his third field goal of 50 or more yards this season, setting a school record.
The Bulls return to AAC play on Thursday night – Halloween – against the Houston Cougars at Reliant Stadium. Click Here to read more at TBO.com.